Creative Links of the Week #15: Halloween Edition


It’s only a few more weeks till Halloween! What does that mean? You’re probably going to be seeing a lot more scary and spooky stuff from us. Love this time of year. In fact, I’m going to dedicate this week’s Creative Links of the Week post to Halloween! Why? Because there’s so many awesome ideas surrounding this holiday, we just have to share them.

Around the Web:

You want to make your house real spooky?

Plan an “All Hallow’s Eve” dinner party with “Creepy Specimens Dessert Table”!

Love these owl cupcakes.

Fanged pumpkins make me laugh.

Still looking for a costume?

Turn tissue wedding wedding bells into the cutest ghosts (#7 of 9).

These apple smiles freak me out (in a good way).

Pumpkin in cup is so cute.

Yo Gabba Gabba pumpkins make me smile.

This Day of the Dead Costume would scare the living daylights out of me.

Daniel Danger’s illustrations puts me in the Halloween spirit.

Mummify your pumpkin!

And, finally, the best of My Modern Met this week…

Dream a little dream..dream, dream, dream…

These landscapes are not what they seem…

Pets with disabilities, go to love them all.

Such talent at just 19.

This is why I love Photoshop.

Have a nice weekend, everyone!

First pic via [Reddit]





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